POWER HOUR: Neighbors Helping Neighbors


Noon - 1pm

Building Bridges between the Housed and un-Housed.

Neighbors Helping Neighbors is a small group of Peninsula community volunteers who come together to enhance neighborhood livability, protect our watersheds, and serve as a bridge between our housed and houseless neighbors.

In spring 2016, Terrance Moses, a retired serviceman and Kenton resident, saw a need to reduce friction between neighbors—neighbors who are housed and neighbors who live unsheltered in small local camps in tents, cars, and RVs. A primary source of irritation was the presence of unsightly trash around the encampments. With the support of neighbors, Terrance created a twice-weekly trash collection service.

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Meeting ID: 879 2073 3491
Passcode: 269667